Ultimate Thomas Dolby Experience

Ultimate Thomas Dolby Experience

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Thomas Dolby may be best known as the musical genius behind “She Blinded Me With Science” but did you know that he is also a filmmaker? Join him for a live presentation of his short film “THE INVISIBLE LIGHTHOUSE” while he performs the narration and score in real time, incorporating songs from his entire catalogue. Following the film screening, Thomas Dolby will host a cocktail party at Elevate Orlando just upstairs from the theater.

1:00pm – Lunch and Keynote at the Citrus Club

3:30pm – Time Capsule Experience / Night Club Event at Vain

5:00pm – Red Carpet Photos

6:00pm – “The Invisible Lighthouse” Interactive Film and Live Performance with Thomas Dolby and Foley Artist

7:00pm – Cocktail Party at Elevate Orlando

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE - http://offstore.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/the-thomas-dolby-invisible-lighthouse-experience

*****THIS IS A SEPARATELY TICKETED EVENT. SCREENING ONLY OPEN TO EXPERIENCE PASSHOLDERS***

 

2 By Andy

Sunday, October 6th, 2013

2 BY ANDY

Two tales of crime and deception by director Andrew Peterson.

  • SALTWATER COWBOYS – Three men who plan an inside job and rob two drug dealers for two Kilos of Cocaine in the middle of Florida.
  • VIGORISH DEBTS – Two brothers fall in deep with a small town ‘Mob’ boss and owe him $9500 in 48 hours.

Girl Shaped Love Drug

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

A modern day love story set in Manchester about how coincidences bring two strangers together and takes them on an eventful and beautiful life changing adventure; all in just one day. Directed by Simon Powell.

Copiii: The 1st Entry

Monday, September 30th, 2013

Newlyweds Holly and Trevor Davidson are on a road trip to celebrate their honeymoon. A whimsical pit stop in a tourist trap goes horribly wrong and they find themselves forced to face an ominous new presence in their lives. Directed by L. Gustavo Cooper.

WIP Early Screening. ***OUT OF COMPETITION ***

Thomas Dolby’s The Invisible Lighthouse

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Thomas Dolby may be best known as the musical genius behind “She Blinded Me With Science” but did you know that he is also a filmmaker? Join him for a live presentation of his short film “THE INVISIBLE LIGHTHOUSE” while he performs the narration and score in real time, incorporating songs from his entire catalogue. Following the film screening, Thomas Dolby will host a short Q & A and perform a few more songs.

Purchase tickets at  http://offstore.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/thomas-dolbys-the-invisible-lighthouse-film-concert

*** This is a separately ticketed event.  VIP & VIP Elite passholders receive a discount***

For The Love Of Cinema

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

FOR THE LOVE OF CINEMA

3 very different short films each with deep ties to classic cinema.

  • Curse of the Sunset Starlet – A struggling artist and mother gets an unexpected visit from her aging horror film actress mother who abandoned her years ago. Directed by Lori Precious.
  • Writing the Big One – Desperate for inspiration, writer H.W. Reed turns to the Film Noir channel for inspiration on his new book. Directed by Evan Sennett.
  • Palace – Experience the nostalgia and magic of a movie palace that may be facing its own extinction in the short film inspired by a true story. Directed by Rolando Vega.

Foreign Comedy

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

FOREIGN COMEDY

Laughter is a universal language but don’t worry, these shorts are subtitled.

  • The Zeta Day (El día zeta) – Where were you when the zombie apocalypse started? Directed by Federico Calabuig.
  • Almost 17 – A coming-of-age story of a young teenager named and his effort to bend the rules of the game. Directed by Shahar Elbocher.
  • Suicidio Lamprea, la balada de Simon – Simon has finally given up on life but he could never have imagined that Death would be so difficult. Directed by Guillermo Arias-Carbajal.
  • Potassium (Potasio) – A strange mishap makes it difficult for a couple to reach a family member’s wedding on time. Directed by Pedro Moreno del Oso.
  • Don’t Breath (no respires) – A boy with a peculiar obsession tries to break his own record. Directed by Eduardo Moisés Escribano Solera.
  • Welcome And… Our Condolences (Bruchim Habayim ve…Mishtatfim Betzaarchem)– 12 years old Misha documents his family’s immigration on a home-video camera when their aunt dies on the plane. Directed by Leon Prudovsky.

War Shorts

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

WAR SHORTS

You’ll see how war is hell as these shorts take you right up to the battlefield in spectacular fashion.

  • The Noble Advance – During a war that turned brother against brother, confederate soldier Frederik Lasalle finds friendship in an unlikely place. Directed by Eric Heller.
  • Valiant – After dropping into Normandy on D-Day, one young Lieutenant learns the true meaning of leadership and discovers the importance of passing on a legacy of valiance for generations to come. Directed by Rachel Horstmann.
  • Der Bote – In the Great War, a wounded German messenger is taken into a French family’s cottage where he and the daughter develop a relationship without caring which side they are on. Directed by Sean Apuzzo.
  • Traces Of War – A drama about an elderly man who reluctantly takes us back to 1941 when he fought in the Maori Battalion in Crete. Directed by Lara Marshall.
  • Partisan – In 1942, Poland, a young Jewish girl escapes a Nazi raid to join a partisan group in the forest and lead a revenge mission against the Nazi collaborator who ratted out her family. Directed by Jake Holm.
  • The Soldier: Search For Existence – The Soldier is a surrealistic story about a solitary soldier who wanders aimlessly in a barren dessert in search of his existence. Directed by Robert Mann.

Watch These Shorts, Period.

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

WATCH THESE SHORTS, PERIOD.

3 incredible shorts that will each transport you to an entirely different time.

  • Moses on the Mesa – The story of Solomon Bibo, a Jewish immigrant who became leader of a Native American tribe during the days of the Wild West. Directed by Paul Ratner.
  • Until the Dust Settles – A father and his two sons reconnect while traveling through the heart of the American Dust Bowl in 1932. Directed by Alexander Gangi.
  • Pauline In A beautiful World – A young debutante transcends the rigid society she once knew and discovers a better place that exists inside a dream. Directed by William Thompson.

Unique Worlds

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

UNIQUE WORLDS

These filmmakers didn’t just create unique shorts; they created entire worlds within them.

  • Bubble – A woman is stirred from slumber by sounds of the earth shifting and discovers a large bubble, which she instinctively knows should never pop. Directed by Jen West.
  • Bottled Up – Amos, a dockworker, is trapped in a current of monotony and his only hope is a wish bottle that contains his desire
to escape the mundane. Directed by Raffy Cortina.
  • Privilege – Follow the final moments of a man born into a world of affluence in this dream-logic piece inspired by the likes of Lynch, Kubrick, and Gilliam. Directed by Evan Cannon.
  • Grape – Grieving winemaker Grayson Delecourt, pondering the sale of his family vineyard, receives an unwelcome overnight visitor on a bleak, wintry afternoon. Directed by Daniel Stine.